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I always remember hearing Bonnie Raitt playing this song and loved it 

 

 

 

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She can even puree, get down Bonnie !

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Did she borrow Linda Rhonstadt's Waring Blender?   (Poor, Poor, Pitiful Me)

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2 hours ago, Shay said:

I still have several of their vinyl lpsx?

 

I still have my vinyl of theirs, Paul McCartney would give high praise to Bill Nelson's guitar and song writing abilities, as I recall.....

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my favorite by BBD was Sunburst Finish

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Love this thread!. I have been totally obsessed with a band called Larkin Poe. Two sisters for Atlanta, GA who play old school blues with a new life. 

 

https://www.youtube.com/user/LarkinPoe

 

Take a look! Not only are they super talented and beautiful they are extra sassy!

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I am aware of them - I will check them out - I am a musician and songwriter and even have a music blog.

 

I see you used some sort of face app to see what you would look like - gorgeous is the word - I just started HRT and know I'll never be a beautiful but it sounds like you are much younger and able to transition and will be if that ends up being what YOU feel you want to do.

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Larkin Poe.... my type of music - thanks for suggesting...You might like the Monalisa Twins if you like Beatles at all - these two young sisters got a lot going for them. 

 

 

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I'm listening to Tamar Braxton's album called "Bluebird of happiness". I really enjoy this album. 

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Alison Krauss - When You Say Nothing At All

 

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5 hours ago, Shay said:

I am aware of them - I will check them out - I am a musician and songwriter and even have a music blog.

 

I see you used some sort of face app to see what you would look like - gorgeous is the word - I just started HRT and know I'll never be a beautiful but it sounds like you are much younger and able to transition and will be if that ends up being what YOU feel you want to do.

I gave that up years ago. But yes I used an app. I have always wondered about what I would have looked like. Not a Beatles fan so much. I know... blasphemy. lol

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they do other stuff resides beatles...check them out...you might luke what you hear.

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PS i always wondered what i would have looked like in my youth and young womanhood and look at cousins to imagine because i had no sisters.

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sounds like fun... what is the app called?

thx

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tried and i liked what i saw. thank you.

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To @Sara_Leighanne thank you thank you thank you - SOOOOOOOOOOO much for the Faceapp information. Although you look absolutely gorgoreous and if you want it... I know you can achieve it.... even I look pretty and it is encouraging to me to go forward. Here are 2 photos I tried this morning...

Heather Shay

 

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July 27

 

first song that came to mind ... why.... who understands the female mind....

 

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